Emily arrives in Miami with aspirations to become a professional dancer. She sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew in elaborate, cutting-edge flash mobs, called "The Mob." When a wealthy business man threatens to develop The Mob's historic neighborhood and displace thousands of people, Emily must band together with Sean and The Mob to turn their performance art into protest art, and risk losing their dreams to fight for a greater cause. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Step Up Revolution
Emily arrives in Miami with aspirations to become a professional dancer. She sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's father's development plans.
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Handy T (ca) wrote: There is ONLY one good thing about Chips, and that is Kristen Bell. Not only did I waste 2 hrs, but also 12 bucks. Why Warner brothers gave the green light for this turkey is beyond me.
John M (fr) wrote: The Runaways should mildly satisfy casual fans of the band or rock and roll movies in general. The wonderful Michael Shannon shines as whacked out band manager/producer Kim Fowley, but writer/director Floria Sigismondi is not able to coax equally compelling performances from the remaining cast. Five teenage girls from Southern California forming a pioneering hard rock band provides more fertile ground to draw from than most biopics, but The Runaways never shakes loose the usual constraints of the format. I imagine Joan Jett, Cheri Currie, Lita Ford, and bandmates have a more interesting real-life story to tell than what this film showed.
Jeffrey M (fr) wrote: Adam Resurrected is, without question, the strangest Holocaust themed film I have seen, and likely will see. Based on a novel, the film follows Adam Stein, a magician that acted as a sort of clown/pet for a concentration camp commander. The film finds him in and out of bouts of insanity, followed by manic outbursts of what some considered to be brilliance. What makes Adam Resurrected so strange is the tone. The film is simply all-over-the map. At times, it seems to be going for surreal and whimsical, other times it goes for serious and profound. None of this is ever achieved, as the film has no real dramatic anchoring. There are scenes that are seemingly inexplicable, dialogue that is both hard to understand and verbose. The tone shifts are so drastic, one can hardly take the film in. It's all too manic and kinetic in its approach. Schrader simply comes across as earnest, certainly, but helplessly bogged down in the film's own supposed cleverness, with no real sense of organic story-telling.The lone bright spot with Adam Resurrected is Jeff Goldblum, who has a truly great performance. The problem, however, is that his character is simply awash in a film that is otherwise dramatically adrift, and devoid of focus.2/5 Stars
David O (us) wrote: Campy Wushu fun. The character of Yue Siu Bo saves the film from total disaster. If you are looking for a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon this is not your movie.
Daniel P (ca) wrote: A talented voice cast is unfortunately not enough to save Chicken Little from its forgettable story and overabundance of pop culture references.
QIUCHEN L (mx) wrote: not everyone can be that lucky
Michael T (es) wrote: One of the best in the wave of early 1970s "Blaksplotation" films, this features Godfrey Cambridge and the great Raymond St Jacques on the trail of a group of holdup men who rip off a "Back to Africa" rally in Harlem. There is a somewhat dodgy preacher (Calvin Lockhart) and a white holdup artist (JD Cannon, soon to be Dennis Weaver's boss on TV's McCLOUD), and a cameo appearance by the late Red Foxx (soon to be on TV's SANFORD & SON). The movie was filmed on location in Harlem and can be thought of as one of those gritty (and grainy) films that showed a decaying NYC during this period. The film is a lot of fun as the various principles wind up chasing around a bale of cotton that switches hands several times (why is this bale so important, watch the film & find out).
STCENTERPRISE (nl) wrote: The Best Part of the film She Wore a Yellow Ribbon is the music and the locations. I think one thing this film lacks is the character development of the characters besides John Wayne and the women. The rest of the characters lack enough for me to care and invest in the characters. John Wayne's character retires in this film. The bar fight scene is made so cheesy. The other solders get hurt and fall too easily. It looks so staged it does not look believable at all.
Christi S (ru) wrote: It's funny and a young adult humoresque flick
Anti R (de) wrote: He could have made a pacifist film and the "republican" Eastwood serves us a militarist dung to the glory of the US with the old racist clichs of the cruel Japanese and the alcoholic Indian ... NO
Cody M (br) wrote: If you're a Spongebob fan, this is for you. It's very creative and funny. I'm so happy they got it right.
Sean C (kr) wrote: The argument here is that all people are selfish. This is a running theme in Allen's work, but in this movie the ending becomes so obvious as to become boring.
James C (au) wrote: As a husband and father to be rises in the ranks of his organisation, he soon realises that everything is happening for a reason.When I watched this on the Horror Channel, I didn't realise that it was a sequel, but it does explain why I felt that I had come in part way through the story. As a horror buff, there is no way that I can review this low budget movie without likening it to the magnificent 'Omen' franchise (remake not included). The characters and story all feel that they have been borrowed from 'Omen : The Final Conflict', but have lost all their finary during the transposition. The movie takes a very long time to get moving, and when the action does pick up in the last 20 minutes, the lack of decent production values and acting abilities does not make it a pleasant viewing experience. I can see that the cast and crew were trying to make something decent, but the similarities to the 'Omen' franchise show what a classic set of movies they are, and sadly, this is not.
F B (nl) wrote: A reasonable film but doesn't change my view in the slightest.